Discussion in 'Windows OS and Software' started by Phoenix, May 11, 2017.
Macrium Reflect can, on rare occasions, have some issues with damaged drives, this is where I would recommend AOMEI Backupper.
Been using it for years, never had an issue. Who in their right mind would even think of backing up their systen onto a damaged drive anyway
This thread is not for discussing what's best anyway, it's for those who want to learn how to properly use Macrium Reflect
Ah I didn't mean who is best.
I mean when I had failing drives, a few minuscule times only AOMEI managed to clone the drive, but Macrium didn't.
Not to hijack your thread Phoenix
thanks nice guide
Thanks for this guide, very helpful and precise.
Thanks @Phoenix .
Very clear and concise.
Is there a simple way that boot a Macrium image in VMPlayer or alternatives?
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